Women's Lacrosse

From power player to power broker

By Jack Copeland NCAA.org Mary Schapiro has been a groundbreaker her entire life. She was a student-athlete in the mid-1970s at Franklin & Marshall College, where she helped the field hockey and women’s lacrosse teams rise from club to...

Committee recommends more freedom for defensive players

By Greg Johnson The NCAA Women’s Lacrosse Rules Committee has recommended that players on the defensive team be allowed to move through any portion of their goal circle when their team is not in possession of the ball effective for the...

Rules panel approves shot clock procedure in men’s lacrosse

By Greg Johnson The Playing Rules Oversight Panel on Friday approved rules changes in men’s lacrosse, including the establishment of a shot clock procedure that replaces the sport’s stall warning. The panel also approved changes in...

Public reprimand issued to Syracuse University's women's lacrosse head coach and student-athlete

A public reprimand and certain penalties have been issued for the Syracuse University head women’s lacrosse coach Gary Gait and student-athlete Michelle Tumolo for misconduct during the 2012 NCAA Division I Women’s Lacrosse Championship...

Three Division I championships to expand

Women’s rowing is one of three Division I sports whose championship brackets will expand in 2013. In August, the NCAA Executive Committee approved a budget that included a recommendation from the Division I Championships/Sport Management...

PROP approves rules to increase offense in ice hockey

By Greg Johnson The Playing Rules Oversight Panel during its conference call July 19 approved proposals aimed at increasing offensive opportunities in ice hockey next season. Among the changes is to allow some displacement of the goal...

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